Winston County Chamber busy with ribbon cuttings

From staff reports

 

The Winston County Chamber of Commerce kicked off November in a flurry of activity with several ribbon cuttings, a festival and more.

Little Caesars Pizza grand

opening held

With a busy drive thru and busy front counter, the Little Caesars Pizza at 110 N Walmart Dr, Louisville held its grand opening Nov. 1.

Linda Skelton of the Winston County Chamber of Commerce along with other officials and chamber members welcomed franchise owners John and Rachel Brownlee and their staff.

“We are excited for you to be here,” said Skelton.

Louisville Mayor Will Hill also welcomed the new owners and staff noting that the business was another sign Louisville was alive and well while growing.

Franchise owner Rachel Brownlee complimented the work of the entire crew and the hard work that had gone into opening and the first few days of service.

“We have an amazing team,” said Rachel Brownlee.

The company has hired over 46 part time people and according to Brownlee has had a constant flow of traffic.

She added, “Our customers demand high standards for quality and service, and we’re ready to exceed their expectations.”

The local operations are owned and operated by John and Rachel Brownlee and Isaac and Katherine Byrd. The store maybe reached at 662-773-9919.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to do business in the wonderful Louisville community in which Isaac and I were born and raised, and we want to sincerely thank everyone for the support we’ve received both growing up and as we have developed our business here in Louisville,” stated Rachel Brownlee.

She added that her husband John was supportive of moving the family to Louisville and they were glad to call Winston County home.

Main Street Medical hosts

ribbon cutting

Main Street Medical celebrated a grand opening in Louisville Nov. 1 on Main Street.

Linda Skelton of the Winston County Chamber of Commerce along with other officials and chamber members welcomed Family Nurse Practitioners Emily Perkins and Ashley Davis along with their staff.

“We appreciate our membership in the chamber and services you provide to the community,” said Skelton.

Louisville Mayor Will Hill also welcomed the new business and noted that the citizens of Louisville appreciated the investment in the community.

Gerald Mills, Winston County Economic Development Director, thanked the two for starting the clinic in the uncertain medical care times and noted how invaluable their services where.

Perkins noted that the clinic was doing very well in the first month it has been opened and had gained many patients who had not sought medical care in the past.

Located at 106 West Main Street, Main Street Medical Clinic — officially opened October 1. The clinic will be open Monday 8 AM to 6 PM; Tuesday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to noon.

Emmanuel Ridge opens in Winston County

Emmanuel Ridge adult care services celebrated a grand opening in Louisville at 803 West Main Street Nov. 1.

Linda Skelton of the Winston County Chamber of Commerce along with other officials and chamber members welcomed Beatrice Ezem, owner, and her staff.

“We appreciate our membership in the chamber and services you provide to the community,” said Skelton.

Louisville Mayor Will Hill also welcomed Ezem and noted that the citizens of Louisville appreciated the investment in the community.

Ezem reviewed the vision of Emmanuel Ridge with the idea of bringing about a unique service for senior adults and disabled citizens through enjoyable activities and well-balanced nutritional meals.

Ezem also discussed her background and how someone from Nigeria made a home in Mississippi for almost 30 years.

Ezem also recognized her staff including Lillian Clayborne who will be coordinating the services at the facility.

Ezem started Emmanuel Ridge in 2001 in Florence, Ms and has grown the services with Louisville being the latest satellite of the company.